Head-band made of silk; gold, green and red.
- Length: 118 centimetres
- Width: 108 centimetres
Text from Weir 1994:149: The 'zunnar maqruneh' worn in the Jaffa area. The same fabric was worn as a headband ('asbeh) in Galilee and Nablus area.
Exhibited: 1989-1991, London, Museum of Mankind, 'Palestinian Costume'
Woven belt made of textile (?wool). Headband made of silk. Woman's belt made of textile (satin, brocade), textile (cotton). Woman's pants, woman's trousers made of cloth (cotton). Woman's belt made of textile (cotton?). Man's belt (also woman's) made of textile (cotton). Man's belt (also woman's) made of textile (cotton).
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Object reference number: RRM186352
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